Hebden Bridge, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 20, 2009 -- There is nothing like the exhilaration of mountain biking, and with the added benefits for health, wellbeing and the environment, a mountain bike adventure makes for a rewarding and fun holiday for all the family.
One of the top places to explore by bike this autumn is Calderdale in the South Pennines where you can save money as a mountain bike company and luxury B&B come together to offer a great all-inclusive deal.
In October and November 2009, you can explore the superb cycle trails of picturesque Calderdale with the local knowledge of a qualified guide and enjoy a two-night stay at Croft Mill, a 4-star B&B in the charming town of Hebden Bridge.
Prices are from Â£395 all-inclusive for a Superior apartment, which sleeps up to four people for two nights and includes a delicious continental breakfast.
The bespoke day of guided cycling with Great Rock Mountain Biking will find the best trails and the best places for coffee and lunch and can also include skills coaching.
The day is suitable for all levels of experience from expert to beginner and takes place on the renowned and all weather trails of the upper Calder Valley.
All rides start, break for lunch and end in Hebden Bridge with ample time for visiting cafes for well-earned refreshment.
For more details visit www.croftmill.com/promotions.htm [http://www.croftmill.com/promotions.htm] or www.great-rock.co.uk.
Croft Mill is an immaculate recently converted mill in the heart of Hebden Bridge offering 4-star accommodation in 12 immaculate and stylish self-catering holiday apartments. The Mill even boasts a rooftop conservatory that is available to book for small functions.
The Croft Mill website at www.croftmill.com contains photography and a virtual tour of each luxurious apartment and there are more special offers as well as a booking enquiry form, a list of local events and information about the town and surrounding area.
The attractive Pennines market town of Hebden Bridge is a magnet for tourists who come to enjoy its original shops and galleries, organic food outlets, restaurants and bars, fabulous walks and cycle ways, and surrounding countryside and attractions.